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12:30 AM ET, June 10, 2015


 Top News: 
Margalit Fox / New York Times:
Obituary for Vincent Musetto, the New York Post editor who wrote the famous “Headless Body in Topless Bar” headline  —  Vincent Musetto, 74, Author of ‘Headless’ Headline of Ageless Fame  —  Vincent Musetto, a retired editor at The New York Post who wrote the most anatomically evocative headline …
Kevin Donovan / Toronto Star:
CBC host Evan Solomon fired after Star investigation finds he took secret cut of art deals  —  CBC journalist facilitated sales of art to wealthy Canadians he dealt with in his job — including one buyer who had no idea Solomon was collecting a commission.  —  CBC
New York Times:
Attorneys general in NY and Conn. investigating whether Apple, music labels violated antitrust laws in talking about competing freemium services like Spotify  —  Apple Music and Labels Investigated in 2 States  —  While Apple was preparing a splashy introduction for a new service …
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
To increase online reach, Reuters will offer free content to web publishers on a metered basis  —  Reuters to offer free content to Web publishers  —  Reuters announced Tuesday a plan to offer free content — including pictures, video and text — to online publishers en masse for the first time in the news agency's 160-year history.
George Winslow / Broadcasting & Cable:
US broadcasters, including Cox and Hearst Television, launch a free joint streaming news service called NewsOn  —  Stations Band Together for Streaming News App  —  Free streaming news service will offer newscasts from ABC, COX, Hearst, Media General and Raycom stations
Discussion: LostRemote and TVSpy
James Warren / Poynter:
A Q-and-A with Hamilton Nolan on Gawker Media's union vote  —  Organized labor scored a notable win last week as editorial staffers at Gawker Media voted to be represented by the Writers Guild of America, East.  Could this be a potentially influential inroad by organized labor into the world …
Discussion: Capital New York
Linda Zebian / The New York Times Company:
New York Times launches Trending, a real-time list of what's popular on, in beta, with cooking and in-case-you-missed-it categories  —  Introducing Trending: A Real-Time List of What's Popular on, Now Available in Beta  —  The Times today introduced a beta version of Trending …
Discussion: Poynter and MediaPost
Juro Osawa / Wall Street Journal:
Tencent tries to convert audience of its free QQ Music streaming service to Green Diamond, a paid membership with better sound and exclusive concerts  —  Tencent Customers Come for the Music, Stay for the Perks  —  Internet giant tries to pull off something few have achieved in China: get people to pay for digital music
Micah Singleton / The Verge:
Dash Radio wants to bring FM radio into the modern age  —  Despite the proliferation of streaming music, somehow radio is still thriving: 91 percent of Americans still listen to old-fashioned AM/FM terrestrial radio.  With those kinds of numbers, it's no surprise that Dash Radio …
Katie Richards / Adweek:
For The NYT, Digitizing 16,000 Recipes From Its Past Is Part of Securing Its Future  —  Specs  —  Current gig Food editor at The New York Times  —  Previous gig National editor at The New York Times  —  National editor to food editor seems like a big shift.  How's that going?
Discussion: Poynter
Shawn W. Crispin / Committee to Protect Journalists:
Jailed Vietnamese blogger Ta Phong Tan on hunger strike over mistreatment  —  Incarcerated blogger Ta Phong Tan has been on hunger strike since May 13 to protest the mistreatment of political prisoners at the prison where she is being held in Vietnam's central Thanh Hoa province, according to news reports.
Discussion: RFA
Joe Flint / Wall Street Journal:
Selling packets of channels to subscribers once made sense, but not so much anymore  —  Selling packets of channels to subscribers once made sense, but not so much anymore  —  For four decades, the number of channels on the cable-TV dial has risen with seemingly unstoppable momentum, bringing consumers more choices than ever before.
Discussion: BGR and FierceCable
Brady Dale / The New York Observer:
News orgs pay $700 per month to crowdsourced news startup Fresco for access to local users ready to take photos of news events  —  Get Paid to Go to the Scene of News With Fresco Dispatch  —  Fresco News wants to turn iPhone users on the street into photojournalists.
Lara O'Reilly / Business Insider:
Micropayments startup Blendle signs up 18 daily newspapers, 15 weeklies in Germany, lets users pay for individual newspaper and magazine articles à la carte  —  All of Germany just signed up to this micropayment app that people think is the future of news on the web
Discussion: TechCrunch, Reuters, @ejpfauth and Poynter
Ken White / Popehat:
Department Of Justice Uses Grand Jury Subpoena To Identify Anonymous Commenters on a Silk Road Post at  —  The United States Department of Justice is using federal grand jury subpoenas to identify anonymous commenters engaged in typical internet bluster and hyperbole in connection with the Silk Road prosecution.
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David Nakamura / Washington Post:
White House briefing room evacuated by Secret Service during televised briefing
Spain forced to drop inquiry into 2003 killing of cameraman by US shell in Iraq
Discussion: Zee News
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Netflix stock hits $648 a share after Brad Pitt deal, international rollout, up more than 188% in 2015
Lara O'Reilly / Business Insider:
Vice's CEO on an IPO: 'We would be stupid if we didn't see what the market will pay'
Amanda Connolly / The Next Web:
BT is launching Europe's first 4K sports channel in August
Kelly McBride / New York Times:
Wikileaks decision to crowd-source $100,000 bounty for the text of TPP deal shows need to rewrite old conventions
 Earlier Picks: 
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Huffington Post Launches ‘Outspeak’ Digital Video Network with BroadbandTV
Sarah Buhr / TechCrunch:
Maker Media Nabs $5 Million In Funding And Yahoo Tech Editor Rafe Needleman
Discussion: Folio, Make and @makerfaire
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Netflix Seen Reaching 7 Million Subs in New Southern Europe Markets by 2020
Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Journalists at Trinity Mirror Midlands could be disciplined if they fail to meet traffic goals
Associated Press:
Former deputy editor of the News of the World, Neil Wallis, goes on trial over phone hacking
Discussion: ITV and BBC
Dan Kois / Slate:
Profile of ClickHole, an Onion spinoff created to mock BuzzFeed, and how it became way more than just clickbait